On September 26, the U.S. Supreme Court asked the Ohio government to file a response in Susan B. Anthony List v Driehaus, 13-193. This is the case that challenges an Ohio law that makes it illegal for candidates or political committees to make a false statement about a candidate. The law has been challenged many times in its history, but the lower courts invariably find procedural obstacles to determining the constitutionality of the Ohio law.
Ohio had previously told the U.S. Supreme Court that it waived its right to file a response, but now, of course, the state will file a response. Then the Court will decide whether to hear the case.